Kids in Brooklyn are learning to play soccer with a Dutch trainer.
Myongku Kang has written a book about his cross-country trip across the U.S. on foot, and now plans to take his efforts overseas, Korea Daily reports.
A Jewish kung fu master teaches the martial art in places like a Chinatown park and an assisted-living facility.
Pakistan may be known for fielding great cricket players, but next month its national baseball team comes to New York for a qualifying round in the World Baseball Classic.
The 8th annual New York Times Square Taekwondo Festival also included Korean dance and drumming performances.
This year, to celebrate Mount Everest Day, the US Nepal Climbers Association held the Everest Day Open Top Rope Climbing Competition in Long Island City, reports Everest Times.
Seeking to bring together all Mexican sports leagues in the tri-state area, the new Mexican Sports Federation of New York has 1,000 members, Diario de México reports.
Sherpa Kyidug, a community organization in Queens, is promoting tradition and knowledge among indigenous Sherpa and other Nepalese children through soccer, reports The Everest Times.
Jane Vongvorachoti, a physical education teacher and track coach in Downtown Brooklyn, tells Brooklyn Daily Eagle she ran her best time while training in New York.
Yue Wu, a ping pong player from China who settled in NY, became a US citizen and will be going to the Olympics, discusses the challenges she has faced with World Journal.
This episode of CUNY TV’s “Independent Sources” features the head of a police reform group that gave out mock tickets to white residents to bring awareness to discriminatory police practices; and the director of “9 Man,” a documentary on a sport played by Chinese men in Chinatown.
All-star cricket teams with leading cricket players from around the world kick off a three-match tour of the U.S. at Citi Field on Nov. 7, reports News India Times.
The disappeared Aytozinapa 43 were remembered by Mexican runners, including the father of one, in the NYC Marathon.
As Mets fans are ecstatic about their return to the World Series, Latinos are especially proud of Latino players on the team, El Diario/La Prensa reports.
As fútbol is becoming more popular, and with three professional clubs in the city, plans to build a soccer stadium still seem far away, El Diario reports.